Introduction to Parallel Programming with OpenACC – Part 1 OpenACC
The first in a series of short videos to introduce you to parallel programming with OpenACC and the PGI compilers, using C++ or Fortran. You will learn by example how to build a simple example program, how to add OpenACC directives, and to rebuild the program for parallel execution on a multicore system. To get the most out of this video, you should download the example programs and follow along on your workstation.
RAMSES on the GPU OpenACC
RAMSES is a code designed for the study of astrophysical problems on different scales (star formation, galaxy dynamics) treating at the same time components such as gravity and chemical reactions. Dr. Claudio Gheller talks here about how OpenACC is used to offload some of the computationally demanding algorithms to the GPU, exploring complementary solutions to code refactoring to select the most effective approach.
TRUE DEEP COPY OpenACC
Putting together a to-do list for the new year? Add optimizing your code with #OpenACC! Follow the recipe by Alan Gray @NVIDIA using @metoffice code and make your code run faster with minimal efforts: https://t.co/n4W3WTLjI2 pic.twitter.com/N9Ua1rddR4
— OpenACC (@OpenACCorg) 2018年12月21日
Hey all you @OpenACCorg users! Do you refactor your code to make it easier to use OpenACC directives or to improve performance before you start using directives?
— OpenACC (@OpenACCorg) 2018年11月28日
— OpenACC (@OpenACCorg) 2018年10月25日